- Place of Origin: Guangdong, China (Mainland)
- Brand Name: Misensor
- Model Number: MS18
- Usage: proximity switch
- Theory: switch, Reed switch
- Output: Switching Transducer, Switching transducer
- Type: Cylindrical proximity sensor switch
- Dimension: customizd
- Output mode: DC/AC 2 wires
- Certificate: CE ISO9001 ROHS
- Output voltage: 12-24VDC
- Switching current: 0.5 A
- Application: Door window security alarm, washer, refregirator,
- Material: Black ABS
Packaging & Delivery
|Packaging Details:||Export packaging,generally 100 pcs (proximity sensor switch)in one box.|
|Delivery Detail:||7 days after payment|
Misensor cylindrical proximity sensor switch
1.for screw fastning/Cylindrical type
Feature:a.Being hermetically sealed, it can be used in all type of environment,including air,
water,vacuum,oil,fuels and dust laden atmospheres.
b.No power required or current drain in its quiescent state,gear solution for the dramatic increase in battery
c.Choice of normal open or normal close.
d.Customer can define sensitivity,cable length and connector.
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Misensor is a highly innovative leader in the Position and Movement Sensor Solutions using
Reed Switches, Hall effect and MR technology. Our production base is located in Shanghai, China. We produce a wide range of Proximity switches, Door magnetic switches, Float switches, Level sensors, Flow switches, Flow sensors, Fuel Level sensors, Thermal reed switches, displacement sensors, Elevator Magnetic Reed Switches, Reed relays and Reed switches for the applications of automobile, household appliances, security, test and measurement, medical and industrial field. Our many years of experience and the expertise of our employees ensure competent service over our entire product line of standard items, as well as the development of customers' specific items according to customers' specific requirements and applications.
"Misensor, Your Sensing Solutions!" We are committed to solve your switching and sensing problem.